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As a newborn photographer, it goes without saying that I take the safety of my little clients seriously, and it is always my number one concern during a shoot. Your child is precious and I will always treat them with the respect and attention they deserve. Read on to find out about some of my safety training, and things to look out for when booking a newborn photographer.

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